The temple has a mythological history behind it about Lord Krishna, being impressed by the devotion of Bhakta Kanakadasa, decides to provide darshan to him. Its a place of religious important for Lord Krishna devotees.
1 hr away from Kollur and 2 hrs from Mangalore. This temple was built by Madhvacharya - the rival of Adi Sankara and an exponent of Dwaitha philosophy. The main attraction is the little Krishna whose grandeur words fail to describe - you must see it to believe it. You look through a grill and you see a little boy... 更多
How does one review a temple?! Had a good darshan- with very helpful security staff helping you get enough time to see and pray. The temple has CCTV views of the main deity which is very helpful. The temple provides meals for thousands of devotees every day and is overall and exhilarating experience.
The unique feature of the Krishna Matha Temple is that devotees can view Lord Krishna only through the small window which has nine holes, and hence also called as Navagraha Kitiki. The window is beautifully carved and silver plated. Men have to enter the temple shirtless. Had a very good pleasant experience. I had visited this place when i wan... 更多
The temple is said to be 800 years old and the Lord Krishna has been shown as kid with a stic in hand..very attractive and mesmerising temple .. Must visit
Plan this temple along with Shringeri, Dharmasthala and Subramanya. The trip is incomplete without the beautiful darshan of Lord Sri Krishna as a small kid, beautifully adorned. After the darshan, dont forget to hog the very famous Udupi Masala Dosa at the restaurants nearby. :)